WOMEN'S ECONOMIC EMPOWERMENT PROJECT MANAGER
Region: West & Central Africa
Job Category: International Relief & Development (Outside UK)
Contract Type: Fixed Term
Closing Date: 16 October 2017
Potential Interview Date: 26 October 2017
Are you an experienced Project Manager with a passion for capacity building and managing projects? An exciting new opportunity has arisen within our Central African Republic Programme for a Women's Economic Empowerment Project Manager.
The successful candidate will be responsible for developing and implementing the Women's Economic Empowerment project, including managing and capacity building national staff. They will also be responsible for co-ordination, monitoring and evaluation of project activities, delivering quality and accountability commitments and supporting the Area Coordinator in the production of internal and external narrative and financial reports.
It is essential that the successful candidate has experience of operating in insecure environments. In addition, they should have experience of Livelihoods sector management and implementation, in particular experience of working with women and men to contribute towards women's economic empowerment. The candidate should also have experience of monitoring and evaluation as well as strategic planning, capacity building and team management in relief environments. The candidate will also demonstrate excellent communication skills in English and French and be a strong negotiator and problem solver.
Applicants must be committed to Tearfund’s Christian beliefs. We would expect applicants to be able to demonstrate a clear and specific desire to work in this country. All posts involve potential contact with children and the recruitment process will include specific checks related to child protection issues.
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